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SetSilent Method Error

Hi SAP experts,

I have an issue wherein I am
facing a problem , The issue is that the script I have written at pre-phase
change target for Contract documnet class, when the phase changes for approval
( Endorserment Phase) , the Document has a collbaorator called Endorser , who
has to approve the documnet, the document gets locked. Aftre approval, when I
am moving the Phase to any other phase , I need to set the the
collaborator Endorser to silent , I tried this by calling setSilent() method in
the script , when the phase is chaged from Endorsemnet to any other phase, the
method is invoked successfully when I am calling it with other_Phase variable,
but when I try to invoke the method by capturing the current Phase from the
session , it throws me an exception due to which I am unable to setSilent to
true for the collaborator. Can you please help me understand the reason for
this.

PFA the screen shot of the error and code.

Regards,

Isha

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    author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 05, 2015 at 09:18 PM

    Hi Isha,

    Here are few tips that can help you:

    1. Try to add this import statement at the top of your code: import com.sap.odp.api.doc.collaboration.CollaboratorIBeanIfc;
    2. Instead of using "setSilent(true);", kindly use "setSilent(Boolean.TRUE);"

    if still you are facing the same issue then kindly share the complete code.

    Regards,
    Alaap

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